Il Siberian Times riporta che i ricercatori dell' istituto di Geologia e Geofisica per il petrolio-gas di Trofimuk hanno recentemente trascorso quattro giorni controllando i tre fori, anche se non sono stati autorizzati a discendere nei fori per ragioni di "sicurezza". Hanno confermato le speculazioni precedenti , secondo le quali le temperature al suolo sono più elevate del normale . Secondo i tecnici, il calore generato da una faglia sotterranea ha consentito il rilascio di gas intrappolati nel permafrost, che a loro volta hanno innescato le esplosioni di gas sotterraneo e formato i fori.
---English Version---Those mysterious holes appeared in Siberia earlier this year may actually be little "distant relatives" of the Bermuda Triangle, according to a report on the journal Science in Siberia. This means that skiers and yak herders are in danger of disappearing? The Siberian Times reports that researchers at the 'Institute of Geology and Geophysics for oil-gas Trofimuk have recently spent four days checking three holes, even if they were not allowed to descend into the holes for the sake of "security." They confirmed the previous speculations, whereby the temperatures to the ground are higher than normal. According to engineers, the heat generated by an underground fault line has allowed the release of gas trapped in permafrost, which in
Once triggered the explosions of gas underground and formed holes. Why would there be a relationship with the Bermuda Triangle? Igor Yeltsov, deputy director of the Institute Trofimuk explains: According to one version, the Bermuda Triangle would be caused as a result of the fact that, with global warming, environmental factors such as animals or plants, which previously they were trapped by the ice, once freed would decomposing releasing large amounts of methane gas. These huge pockets of methane would
wrecked ships. As regards the planes, second Yeltsov, these bubbles of methane, once freed area would make it extremely turbulent air making them fall. Yeltsov notes that the Russian government is certainly concerned about these craters. "It 's pretty rare that a state corporation makes available such technical scientific and economic resources. Our partners have provided us with helicopters and special equipment,
that allow us to perform all the necessary research in the area. "